With influences such as classic game soundtracks and Tin Pan Alley evergreens, mixed with the sounds of 20th century atonality and Salvation Army hymns, I have created a collage of musical scenes depicting adolescence in the dawn of the third millennium. The songs are entirely made with the MCK system, which should vouch for a genuine twenty-minute NES experience.
June 10, 2008 Subject:
Fun album of 'Retro' NES music. Exciting, Charming and Catchy.
Reviewer:Josh Anomaly -
October 17, 2003 Subject:
Beneath this release's deceptively simple charm is a disarming compositional sophistication. Deft and subtle chordings and phrasings accompany variations of recurring motifs hidden and tucked away throughout the album, making for a listening experience that's more rewarding with every listen. Infectiously catchy and surprisingly dense. One of my favorite albums of all time.
Reviewer:simon c -
September 15, 2003 Subject:
Nearly perfect fictional NES soundtrack
If you like your classic Nintendo NES stylings, then this Rugar album, apparently for a fictional videogame, uses the real NES soundchip to create a story-driven guide through the (non-existent) game, straight from the '80s. Again, it has the bleep, but it has style, darnit.